I'm working on a new set of instructions that's more detailed and will cover
There should be a apache-modpython.conf or apache-fastcgi.conf in your site
directory's conf/ directory. Copy this into your
/etc/apache2/sites-available directory, naming it after your site. In this
example, we're going to call this "reviewboard.conf".
Do something like the bleow as root:
$ cd /var/www/reviewboard/conf
$ cp apache-modpython.conf /etc/apache2/sites-available/reviewboard.conf
$ cd /etc/apache2/sites-enabled
$ ln -s ../sites-available/reviewboard.conf .
$ /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
The default setup should mostly work though you may have to edit that conf
file for your IP. But start out giving that a try and see where it goes.
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
On Thu, Jan 8, 2009 at 5:52 AM, Graham Borland <gborl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have read through the "Getting Started" page on the Wiki, and I'm
> stuck with configuring apache2. I have run the installation script,
> the database has been created, and my "reviewboard" directory exists
> under /var/www/ (on Ubuntu 8.04). Pointing a browser at this directory
> just gives a file listing.
> The wiki page says:
> "A conf directory will be created in your new site tree containing
> sample web server configuration files. In most setups, these files
> should just work, but some setups may require tweaking.
> "If you're using Apache, you can usually copy the file to /etc/apache2/
> sites-available and then create a symlink to that in /etc/apache2/
> sites-enabled. This directory depends on your operating system and
> Firstly... copy which file, to where, exactly? The conf directory
> contains several files. Do I need to edit any of the existing Apache2
> configuration files? The wiki instructions are rather vague here.
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